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The changes in ISO 22000:2018 and the implications for FSSC 22000

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Posted 22 September 2018 - 06:14 PM

The changes in ISO 22000:2018 and the implications for FSSC 22000
 
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Cor Groenveld, Market Development Manager, FSSC 22000
 
FSSC 22000 is the GFSI recognized International Food Safety Management Certification Scheme using ISO 22000. In June this year the first revision of ISO 22000 has been published since it was launched in 2005.There are more than 18.000 FSSC 22000 certified food organizations around the world that will need to implement the ISO 22000 changes. This presentation will explain the main changes and implications for the FSSC 22000 scheme. Topics that will be covered are:
 
- Like the other management system standards ISO 22000 now meets the ISO High Level Structure. What does this mean?
- How is the risk based thinking principle implemented?
- What are the organizational and operational PDCA's?
-  Explanation of PRP's, OPRP's and CCP's?
- What is the transition process for FSSC 22000?
 

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Posted 17 October 2018 - 05:05 PM

Can you please clarify if internal auditors are required to have EXTERNAL formal training?  Or is it sufficient to have a trained internal auditor (train the trainer) where competency is established through questionnaire/test etc?  Is it a requirement to have the full internal audit completed before the next audit?  We know it is up to the operator to establish how they spread out the audit work etc.  Please advise. Thank you.



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